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Breaking Bad Complete Series on Blu Ray £45.00 @ Tesco

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Complete Breaking Bad box set on blu ray £55 @ Tesco Direct and £45 when placing your first order using code TDX-7KPG. Read More
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frakison
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#1
Seems a good deal to me.
1 Like #2
55 Clubcard points and £0.56 cashback via Quidco too. It's the deal that keeps on giving!
#3
does it come with ultraviolet codes as standard on all breaking bad box sets? it makes no mention of them with this.
1 Like #4
grillnun
does it come with ultraviolet codes as standard on all breaking bad box sets? it makes no mention of them with this.

Yes, that box set comes with code(s) (can't remember if it's a single code, or one per season). I bought that box and the whole lot is on my UV account.

Edited By: tafkas on Nov 30, 2014 10:09
#5
£34.99 AT XTRA VISION with tin case. (with code - see post)

Edited By: IWOOTN on Nov 30, 2014 13:16
#6
previous post showed it for £39.80 with code at Tesco.
#7
Jessie we've gota cook ! Heeeeeeeeeeeeat
3 Likes #8
IWOOTN
£34.99 AT XTRA VISION with tin case. (with code - see post)
So, better paying just an extra tenner and getting the Blu Ray from Tesco, right?? The version at Xtra Vision is regular dvd
#9
@IWOOTN this post is for hi def blu ray.
14 Likes #10
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/browbeat/2013/04/30/netflix_queue_to_become_netflix_list_maybe_also_many_movies_no_longer_streaming/124755248.jpg/_jcr_content/renditions/cq5dam.web.1280.1280.jpeg:p
1 Like #11
frakison
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/browbeat/2013/04/30/netflix_queue_to_become_netflix_list_maybe_also_many_movies_no_longer_streaming/124755248.jpg/_jcr_content/renditions/cq5dam.web.1280.1280.jpeg:p

That is 6 months Netflix cost. More than enough time to watch the entire season.
#12
Breaking Bad[ly].
3 Likes #13
Has anyone seen that BT advert lately were they watch the entire series of BB in two days straight. Its actually not possible.
1 Like #14
Civic EG6
Has anyone seen that BT advert lately were they watch the entire series of BB in two days straight. Its actually not possible.

IMDB says it is, with 90 minutes to spare (Each episode is 45 min, not an hour)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0903747/technical?ref_=tt_dt_spec

90 minutes left for disc changing (or selecting the next episode on Netflix), bathroom breaks and putting the kettle on a few times

I haven't included 'Talking Bad' (Netflix) of the minisodes from the DVD boxsets for obvious reasons



Edited By: PFC Hudson on Nov 30, 2014 13:58
#15
I read the episodes range from 47-50 mins in length.
#16
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frakison
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http://a.fod4.com/misc/tumblr_m49wcdx4y61qivhiio1_500.gif
1 Like #18
Yas
frakison
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/browbeat/2013/04/30/netflix_queue_to_become_netflix_list_maybe_also_many_movies_no_longer_streaming/124755248.jpg/_jcr_content/renditions/cq5dam.web.1280.1280.jpeg:p

http://a.fod4.com/misc/tumblr_m49wcdx4y61qivhiio1_500.gif

ROFL!!!!! :)
#19
Civic EG6
I read the episodes range from 47-50 mins in length.

That will include the credits, skip them and you'll be within 48 hours
banned#20
its simply the best
3 Likes #21
Seriously, this is considered saving money? With a decent internet connection you have this on
Netflix in super-HD (1080p and better) quality for 6quids/month.
Heck, even for free if you can be bothered to create as many emails to get free 1month trial multiple times... No internet TV? Putting those £45 towards an AppleTV or a Roku is a far wiser move as media is moving to streaming. Embrace technology and stop hoarding crap because it's wrapped in shiny metal. It'll be worth less than its packaging cost in no time.

http://www.netflixfixer.com/2013/03/6-things-you-should-know-about-netflix.html
#22
frakison
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/browbeat/2013/04/30/netflix_queue_to_become_netflix_list_maybe_also_many_movies_no_longer_streaming/124755248.jpg/_jcr_content/renditions/cq5dam.web.1280.1280.jpeg:p

You're essentially a troll at this point.
#23
Brilliant, Another Christmas present sorted. Thank you.
2 Likes #24
JayJayB
Seriously, this is considered saving money? With a decent internet connection you have this on
Netflix in super-HD (1080p and better) quality for 6quids/month.
Heck, even for free if you can be bothered to create as many emails to get free 1month trial multiple times... No internet TV? Putting those £45 towards an AppleTV or a Roku is a far wiser move as media is moving to streaming. Embrace technology and stop hoarding crap because it's wrapped in shiny metal. It'll be worth less than its packaging cost in no time.

http://www.netflixfixer.com/2013/03/6-things-you-should-know-about-netflix.html
Netflix superHD is a gimmick and will never be as good quality as a blu ray disc, (what's 1080p amd better??) lets not forget all the extras and audio commentary that fans like to watch. Oh and the sound, Netflix doesn't come close to the sound you get from blu ray

The netflix argument on every breaking bad thread got boring a long time ago....


Edited By: souljacker on Nov 30, 2014 17:51: Typo
#25
spurious
frakison
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/browbeat/2013/04/30/netflix_queue_to_become_netflix_list_maybe_also_many_movies_no_longer_streaming/124755248.jpg/_jcr_content/renditions/cq5dam.web.1280.1280.jpeg:p

You're essentially a troll at this point.

As Yas successfully picked up, it was tongue in cheek as it ALWAYS gets mentioned ;)
#26
Civic EG6
Has anyone seen that BT advert lately were they watch the entire series of BB in two days straight. Its actually not possible.

http://www.pajiba.com/assets_c/2014/05/Binge-Shows-Shortest-to-LongestRevised-thumb-550x957-96572.png
#27
souljacker
JayJayB
Seriously, this is considered saving money? With a decent internet connection you have this on
Netflix in super-HD (1080p and better) quality for 6quids/month.
Heck, even for free if you can be bothered to create as many emails to get free 1month trial multiple times... No internet TV? Putting those £45 towards an AppleTV or a Roku is a far wiser move as media is moving to streaming. Embrace technology and stop hoarding crap because it's wrapped in shiny metal. It'll be worth less than its packaging cost in no time.

http://www.netflixfixer.com/2013/03/6-things-you-should-know-about-netflix.html
Netflux superHD is a gimmick and will never be as good quality as a blu ray disc, (what's 1080p amd better??) lets not forget all the extras and audio commentary that fans like to watch.

The netflix argument on every breaking bad thread got boring a long time ago....

.... but while ever people get so defensive (over a TV show FFS!!!) the argument will rumble on ;)
1 Like #28
adamuk82
Civic EG6
Has anyone seen that BT advert lately were they watch the entire series of BB in two days straight. Its actually not possible.

http://www.pajiba.com/assets_c/2014/05/Binge-Shows-Shortest-to-LongestRevised-thumb-550x957-96572.png

2days 13hrs of Big Bang.... someone should give Guantanamo a call, that would get those pesky terrorists spilling the beans in no time!!! :)
#29
frakison
spurious
frakison
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/browbeat/2013/04/30/netflix_queue_to_become_netflix_list_maybe_also_many_movies_no_longer_streaming/124755248.jpg/_jcr_content/renditions/cq5dam.web.1280.1280.jpeg:p

You're essentially a troll at this point.

As Yas successfully picked up, it was tongue in cheek as it ALWAYS gets mentioned ;)

Yeah - seen so many arguments for and against. Personally, I prefer to have the discs on hand. Being an old cynic, I'm not sure Netflix will have this available every year for the next 10 years. Also, having dabbled with streaming via Amazon Prime, I've had the odd evening where either my connection packs up, or it decides to present me with a VHS quality picture when one of the kids jumps on an iPad.

A Blu-ray purchase ensures I can watch whenever I feel like it for the next 10 to 20 years for a very reasonable one-off payment. Not to mention extras, resale value, guaranteed audio/visual quality and free lending to friends and family (if not the guarantee to get it back!)
#30
Boring. Overrated. Predictable. Yep, I went there.

Heat for the price.
#31
http://www.quickmeme.com/img/05/0568d651c992837ec8adfc670d5b4f7383605419a55aee6940ce918e6b984de0.jpg

Edited By: shedboy66 on Nov 30, 2014 16:23
#32
Yas
frakison
spurious
frakison
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/browbeat/2013/04/30/netflix_queue_to_become_netflix_list_maybe_also_many_movies_no_longer_streaming/124755248.jpg/_jcr_content/renditions/cq5dam.web.1280.1280.jpeg:p

You're essentially a troll at this point.

As Yas successfully picked up, it was tongue in cheek as it ALWAYS gets mentioned ;)

Yeah - seen so many arguments for and against. Personally, I prefer to have the discs on hand. Being an old cynic, I'm not sure Netflix will have this available every year for the next 10 years. Also, having dabbled with streaming via Amazon Prime, I've had the odd evening where either my connection packs up, or it decides to present me with a VHS quality picture when one of the kids jumps on an iPad.

A Blu-ray purchase ensures I can watch whenever I feel like it for the next 10 to 20 years for a very reasonable one-off payment. Not to mention extras, resale value, guaranteed audio/visual quality and free lending to friends and family (if not the guarantee to get it back!)

LOL definitely been there!!!! :)
#33
frakison
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/browbeat/2013/04/30/netflix_queue_to_become_netflix_list_maybe_also_many_movies_no_longer_streaming/124755248.jpg/_jcr_content/renditions/cq5dam.web.1280.1280.jpeg:p

http://i.memeful.com/media/post/kRQBx2d_700wa_0.gif
#34
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JayJayB
Seriously, this is considered saving money? With a decent internet connection you have this on
Netflix in super-HD (1080p and better) quality for 6quids/month.
Heck, even for free if you can be bothered to create as many emails to get free 1month trial multiple times... No internet TV? Putting those £45 towards an AppleTV or a Roku is a far wiser move as media is moving to streaming. Embrace technology and stop hoarding crap because it's wrapped in shiny metal. It'll be worth less than its packaging cost in no time.

http://www.netflixfixer.com/2013/03/6-things-you-should-know-about-netflix.html


Or do as I did and take advantage of the market. Bought it for £40, watched everything and sold for £50.
#35
I use Nextflix as much as the next person on here, but the Bluray quality of Breaking Bad is MILES better than what Netflix offer, even on their highest setting.
#36
Netflix
JayJayB
Seriously, this is considered saving money? With a decent internet connection you have this on
Netflix in super-HD (1080p and better) quality for 6quids/month.
Heck, even for free if you can be bothered to create as many emails to get free 1month trial multiple times...

If you really want it for free, you can download it....

Anyway, Netflix 1080p bitrate is very low and blu-ray also offers significantly improved sound.

Fair enough for Netflix vs DVD, but blu-ray is a much better quality than Netflix.
banned#37
pepperlic
frakison
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/browbeat/2013/04/30/netflix_queue_to_become_netflix_list_maybe_also_many_movies_no_longer_streaming/124755248.jpg/_jcr_content/renditions/cq5dam.web.1280.1280.jpeg:p

That is 6 months Netflix cost. More than enough time to watch the entire season.

for those of us who don't have >5mbps broadband (i.e. the majority) but want to watch in full HD
banned#38
dudedude
Netflix
JayJayB
Seriously, this is considered saving money? With a decent internet connection you have this on
Netflix in super-HD (1080p and better) quality for 6quids/month.
Heck, even for free if you can be bothered to create as many emails to get free 1month trial multiple times...

If you really want it for free, you can download it....

Anyway, Netflix 1080p bitrate is very low and blu-ray also offers significantly improved sound.

Fair enough for Netflix vs DVD, but blu-ray is a much better quality than Netflix.
the majority of people don't have >5mbps internet which is what's required to stream 1080p
banned#39
adamuk82
Civic EG6
Has anyone seen that BT advert lately were they watch the entire series of BB in two days straight. Its actually not possible.

http://www.pajiba.com/assets_c/2014/05/Binge-Shows-Shortest-to-LongestRevised-thumb-550x957-96572.png

that's outdated, Homeland is longer than BB now I believe
#40
Civic EG6
I read the episodes range from 47-50 mins in length.

All are 45/46, Started season 1 on Friday evening, episode 10 of season 4 currently!

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